Stranded lady praises cops for help: “They are my guardian angels”

Stranded lady praises cops for help: “They are my guardian angels”

SAPS officers were praised for helping a woman who had been stranded on the roadside. The friendly and helpful officers said that it would be quicker for them to help the woman than to have her wait for roadside assistance.

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The woman, who goes by the name Thoe, thanked Officers Tshukudu, Mashilo & Masia from the Randburg jurisdiction, calling them her guardian angels.

“As I waited for road side assist they said it will be quicker to help me. They ensured my safety at all times,” she wrote.

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Thoe felt vulnerable being alone on the road at night and appreciated that there were trustworthy people around her to help, Briefly.co.za found.

“Driving alone as a female at night all you want to do is get home safe, “ she added. The last thing should be any problem to stop the car from functioning.

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Stranded lady praises cops for help: “They are my guardian angels”

Stranded lady praises cops for help: “They are my guardian angels”
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Social media users were glad to hear that Thoe was all right and expressed their gratitude for the officers’ kindness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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